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Purge 3 . Wilf Aim.
Vonnrilmett T. J. Vim Olrsnn, MHp W.
Tnto, 1). W. Cliirk. P. O, Convor, W. I".
Mcrrllllott, I.. I,. llnrkrtt.
Jimticrs of the J'enceW. P. Morcilllott,
P. S. Knox.
Vunstalilr J. N.ToltHWordi.
Nchonl IHrectnrn .1. Wlnnim, .T. A. Tnln,
J. A. Proper, Jacob Blirivor, M. V. Tato,
H. U. Irwin.
President .TitditcW. P. Jenks.
Associate Judges J. A. 1'noi-nn, Al-
fcllKW t'OOK.
MerifTK. T,. Pavi. .
Jhstrict AtlorneiV. IV. MASOn.
Treasurer H. Kktlkv.
Prothonotary, Register it Recorder , Ae.
3. It. Aonbw.
(bmrnwrniiMH-IlKWJ. F.t.MOTT, JacoD
Mkhcii.i.iott, T. I). CoI.MNJI. '
fb?r.i Superintendent H. V. KonnEn.
Jiru 'Omim'Mione'a UuonoH Hiuaixs,
W. Pattkuson.
Vnunty fiurvetor S.T. Inwix.
OironW Johiah Winans.
tfotijif.V Auditors Kl.l Uoi.KMAir, W.M.
Clark,' T. It. Conn.
Member o Congress 10fA urtrfct 0. W.
Assembly 3. D. I.awson.
I. O. 0. F.
A meeting of thoso interested will be
held at Good Templars Hall, on Thurs
day evening of this week, 28th inst.
A full attendance is desired, ns this
will be the last meeting before the in
stitution of the lodge.
J.'N. Tictsworth haa moved into
his new house. It is not quite finished
yet, but probably will be before win
ter. The Printers' B. B. C. of Clarion
were beaten by tho Lightfoots of
Jkookville, on Saturday Inst, by a
score of 58 to 40.
I. Ililbronuer, senior partficr of
the firm of Ililbrouner & Co. of Phil
ndclphia, is in town at present looking
after his interests here.
Rev. Burton will preach in the
M. K. Church next Snbbath, morning
mid .(veiling. He delivers his fare
well sermon in tho evening.
At last nccouuts Mr. Kepler's
we.ll up Hunter's Kun was going soven
barrels per day, aud had been pump
ing at that rate for about four weeks.
By an efTurt which was initiated by
the liberality of James Green, Kstj.,
the Sunday School at East Hickory
liave secured a nice, new library worth
Dr. Winans is putting up a very
neat fence in front of bis residence on
Kim St. We believe it will be, when
finished, about the most nrtutically
gotten up fence in Tionesta.
Rev. J. A. Hume desires to return
ji lhauks to Mr. Vni. Hooker, of
Jfewlown, who kindly raised the bal
ance of bis claim upon that place.
I lis entire salary will bo paid.
The Independent Democrat has
been enlarged to six columns, and Mr.
T. W. Wont, formerly foreman, has
taken charge of the local department.
"We winh the Democrat financial sue
few. Wilier Jamieson is pumping a
well on G. Jaiuiesons place, which
yields about two barrels per day. If
the price of oil comes up to $5 per
barrel, he will make a good thing of
'The Oil City Register agaiu as
sumes a neutral standpoint. The sup
port of Greeley and Brown probably
did not add as much to the finances
of that paper as was fondly hoped by
,the editor.
A game oHall was played here on
Saturday last between mixed nines of
ihe White Pines and Blue Stockings.
F. Wenk, Ililands, Dunn and Ilutton
played in the White Pines, and Kelly
and Bush iu the Blue Stockings. The
Bluo Stockings were beaten 42 to 20.
Wo understand that the roads
from hero to Tylersburg Is again in a
fearful condition, and furthermore, if
-work is not commenced on them forth
with the parties whose business it is
to attend to them will be prosecuted.
''A word to tho wise."
. ; -Mr. Shortt, Republican candidate
for Assemblyman from Warren lias
challenged Mr. Green, Democratic
candidate for the same office to meet
. him in tho various school houses of
couufy to tell their grievances to the
public. We have not heard whether
or not Mr. Green will accept.
About twenty Democrats and
three Republicans formed a Greeley
club at Faguudus the other night, and
''shook bauds across the bloody chasm."
The meeting was secret, and was held
jn a' building formerly occupied by
('Patch Joe," the barber, who vacated
it because it was too small fur his
business. After the meeting a gentlo
uiau oflered to bet a member curren
cy that the majority of tho officers
would vote for Grant, Tho bvt was
not accepted,
Wo notice the following item in
tho Oil City Derrick :
A Tionesta lady recently presented
her lord and master with tlireo bonds
of "our mutual love." The poor in nn
now talks of forming a producer's
league to stop over-production.
And tho following from the Titus
ville Sunduy Newt:
A chap at Tionesta has to get his
feet checked wheu ho travels on tho
the railroad, and even then is compell
ed to rido iu the baggngo car.
In answer to tho first slander we
remark that tho bonds of "our mutual
love" in Tionesta never come in quali
ties ; one "bond" at a time being tho
rulo, which lias never been swerved
from since our acquaintance with Tio
nesta. Secondly : There is no chap in or
about Tionesta whose feet approximate
tho size of BIoss' lips, or smell as bad
as his breath.
Aud now just because we are build
a bridge, a largo hotel, several private
residences, and assuming city airs, wo
do Rot believe that this is any excuse for
editors of papers in towns of less im
portance to csnggcrato our "produc
tion," or (he size of our citizens' feet.
If wo hear any more of it we will send
our fighting editor to Oil City and
Titusville to make bloody chasms of
the editors' mouths for them to shake
hands across.
Re-Union of tho 83d Pa. Reg't.
The third re-union of the survivors
of tli is regiment will take place at
Waterford, Erie county, on tho 10th
of September. Re-unions of the 111th,
145th and 150th are expected to be
held at the same time and place. Ar
rangements have been made for a
grand picnic, procession, speeches &c.
The 44th New York Reg't lfhve been
invited to participate, aud several
members of that regiment will un
doubtedly he on hand. We look for
a general turnout of the members of
Co. G. from this section. Gens. Meade,
FiU John Torter, McClellan, Butter-
field, Gov. Joshua Chamberlin of
Maine, and Gov. Geary of Pa., have
been iuvited to be present' and make
addresses ou the occasion. This will
undoubtedly be the best re-union the
regiment has ever had, and we would
advise all member of tho regiment iu
this section to try and attend. A
grand military ball in the evening will
close tho exercises.
Hie M. E. Sunday School at East
Hickory hold a Picnic in the grove
near tho Church ou Ust Thursday. At
11 o'clock tho call to order was made
by S. W. Burrows, tho President of
tho Day. Short speeches were then
made by C. R. Middleton, N. P.
Wheeler and Rev. J. A. Hume. The
school was then arranged around the
tables and after a blessing being pro
nounced by Rev. Hume a simultane
ous attack was made by all upon the
rich repast befoie them. Pie, . cake,
sandwiches, green corn, (cooked of
course,) apples, candy, lemonade &c,
rapidly disappeared and there was
enough and to spare.
Tho School sang several pieces, led
by Miss A. Wheeler, who is now visit
ing her brother, and Miss Lizzie Kerr,
and then sang Old Hundred and were
dismissed with the Benediction. Great
credit is due to the Committee of Ar
rangements, Messrs. O. Winner, N. P.
Wheeler and S. W. Burrows. All
were pleased, and went home, feeling
that it was good to have been there.
An accident happened at Reek's
Mill at Ross Run, on Friday last
which came near costing Michael
Brecht his life. He was skidding logs
with a couple of mules, on the side of
a hill, when a tree above him fell and
slid down, knocking one of tho mules
down, hurting him severely and strik
ing Mr. Brecht on the hip. He was
severely bruised, but fortuuately none
of his limbs wore broken. It was a
large tree, and it is remarkable how
he escaped with his life. Mr. Osgood,
who was so severely hurt near the
same place a few weeks ago, is improv
ing and is likely to get well.
Although we have had considera
ble rain during tho past spring and
summer, the wells which went dry last
summer have never fully recovered
from their drying up at thattimo. We
hear complaints of the same kiud
from eeveral parts of the country.
Benj. May and wife, of JJorris
twon, formerly of this place, were in
town last week, an a visit at Mr. II.
II. May's. Mr. May is looking hear
ty and is warmly greeted by all who
were ftequaiuted with hiui when he
lived bore.
Grove & Wolcott do not yet
thrqw up tho sponge. They are sink
ing another well opposite Truukey
villo about 100 rods farther up the
hill. They deserve a good wcl for
their pluck,
Tho "White Pines" of this place
and tho "Printers" of Clarion will
play a match game at Tylersburg, on
Saturday, September 7lh, if the weath
er proves favorable. There will prob
ably bo quite a number of fpectators
from this place.
Messrs. G. A. Needle & Co. of
Tidioute are talking of again starling
up the Journal us a daily. We hope
the citizens of Tidioute and vicinity
will give it a hearty support, and put
the chances of another suspension en
tirely out of the range of probabili
ties. Tho Senecas of Oil City, who won
the 1st premium at the Baso Ball con
test at Stoneboro recently, played a
game with the Enteiprise club of
Brady's Bend on Saturday last, de
feating them by a scoro of 35 to 20.
The Derrick says the Senecas did not
let themselves out on this occasion.
Trains commenced running regu
larly over the Dunkirk & Warren R.
R. on Monday last. We have now a
straight road to Buffalo from this point,
and do not doubt but Buffalo whole
sale dealers will appreciate the im
portaocc of canvassing along the line
of the O. C. & A. R. R. Ry.
There is a club of 97 members, of
straight Democrats in Corry who re
fuse to support Greeley and ask for a
straight Democratic nomination. We
believe they will get it. There is a
similar club of seventy-oue Democrats
in Westfield, N. Y.
Tho September Number of Peters'
Musical Monthly, price 30 cents, con
tains the following music, worth in
sheet-form, 83.40: Futher of All,
sacred song ; Lay me where my
mother's Sleeping; Little Dan, song
and chorus; Coronation Song, duet or
chorus; Merry Insects Flying, duet,
English or German ; Lovo Chase
Galop, four hands; School Girl's
Waltz; Willie's Seholtichc ; Laugh
ing Wave Mazurka. Mr. Peters. offers
to send July, August, and September
numbers, post-paid, for 75 cents, or
the nine back number for 1872 for $2.
Address, J. L. Peters, 599 Broadway,
N. Y.
The Aldine for September is a re
markably meritorious number, both
as regards its artistic and literary at
tractions. We feel justified in pro
nouncing this one of the most remark
able issues of this most remarkable of
all periodicals. The poetry and liter
ature is as fresh and crisp as ever. For
interest and ornament it will havo no
rival, when, at the closo of the year,
it is bound and laid upon the parlor
or library table it will indeed be a
royal volume. Subscription (includ
ing Oil Chromo), $5.00. James Sut
ton & Co., Publishers, 58 Maiden
Lune, New York.
Harper's Magazine for September
is to hand. The following is the list of
conteuts : The City of the Sea, with
fourteen illustrations; Epitaphs; The
Mountains, V., with twelve illustra
tions ; Motlier Miclmud, with one illus
tration ; Round by Propeller, with
twelve illustrations; The Story of a
Miniature ; Political Characteristics of
the Modern Greeks ; The Golden Lion
of Granpere, with thiee illustrations;
Edgar Allen Poe, with ;hreo illustra
tions, Old Kensington, with two illus
trations; Lovers; The Republican
Movement in Europe, fourth paper;
My Lady Leopard ; Recollections of
an old Stager, II. ; Press Management
uuder the Empire ; Improvisations, II.;
A Simpleton; Love's Home; Editor's
Easy Chair; Editor's Literary Rec
ord; Editor's Scientific Record; Ed
itor's Historical Record; Editor's
Drawer. Harper Bros., New York,
. We always keep our stock full
and complete in the follow ing goods :
Dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes,
tinware, glassware, stoneware, drugs,
and patent medicines. We also have
a Tailoring Department, where you
always find a full assortment of clothes
and cassimcres, which we make up to
order in the most fashionable styles.
Call and cxamhio our goods, styles
and prices.
We keep the Singer Improved Fam
ily Sewing Machine for sale at less
than agent's prices. Singer's Sewing
Machines take the precedence overall
other machines; this compauy having
sold over 50,000 more than any other
make during last year, and 2,427 out
of 2,944 furnished to the sufferers in
Chicago were Singer machines each
person choosing their own machine.
Also the Universal Clothes Wringer,
the List, most durable aud serviceable
iu use. Call and see us; our room is
limited, but we have the goods and
will think it up trouble to ehow them.
20 Sui'tniou Lvmhek Co.
Just received from Superior Mill
Store, a lot of Drugs, Tobuccos, Cigars,
Tinware, Tubs and a full assortment
of good that oro kept in a grocery
store, which we offer for sulo ut our
Tionesta store.
SlTUUOK Ll'MtlKli Cl. I
This is an enquiry which every one
should have truthfully answered before
he starts on his journey, and a little
care taken in examination of Routes
will in many cases save much trouble,
time and money.
Tho "C. B. & Q. RR.," running from
Chicago, through Galcsburg to Bur
lington, and the "I. B. & W. Route,"
mulling from Indianapolis, through
Bloomington to Burlington, havo
achieved a splendid reputation in the
last two years as the leading Passen
ger Routes to tho West. At Burling
ton they connect with the B. & M. Ii.
R. and form the great Burlington
Route, which runs direct through
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and Kan
sas, with closo connections to Califor
nia and the Territories; and passen
gers starting from Tionesta, on their
way westward, cannot do better than
to take the Burlington Route.
This Line has published a pamphlet
called "How to go West," w hich con
tains much valuable information; a
large correct map of the Great West,
which can be obtained free of charge
by addressing the General Passenger
Agent B. &. M. R. R., Burlington,
For Sale. To closo an estate, two
tracts of land of about 2000" acres,
situated on Millstone Creek, Forest
County. Heavily timbered, mainly
hemlock, valuable for the bark, and
supposed by good judges to bo good
oil territory. Map with particulars at
this office.
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
despondent, have frequent Headache,
mouth tastes badly in morning, irregu
lar appetite and tongue coated, you
are suffering from Torpid Liver or
Biliousness. In many cases of "Liver
Complaint" only a part of these symp
toms aro experienced. As a remedy
for all such coses, Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery haa no equal, as it
effects perfect euros, leaving the liver
strengthened and healthy. Sold by
all first-class druggists. 592.
Notice Estray.
Camo to the premises of the sub
scriber, iu Washington twp., Clarion
Co., Pa., July 22d, a Brindle Cow,
with white f peck led face ; about 12 or
13 years old. Has had a calf since she
caine. The owner is requested to come
forward, prove property, pay charges
and take her away, or Blie will be sold
according to law. Address
JosErii Harmon,
19-3t. Lickingville, Pa.
All thoso knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned, by book
accouut, will please call and settle im
mediately. Many may not be able to
pay, but all are able to settle. I mean
business. J. Wixans.
Tionesta, July, 20, 1872.
Closing out sale of Hummer Dress
Goods at a great reduction. We offer
a large stock of Summer Dress Goods,
consisting of White Goods, Percales,
Lawns, French Ginghams, &c., Src, at
cost. Those wishing to purchase any
goods in this line will do well to take
advantage of our very liberal-offer A
good investment to purchase these
goods for next year. Call early w hile
the stock is full aud fresh.
Also, a full line of Japanese silks at
greatly reduced prices.
A first class quality of Carpet Yarn
nlwnys on burnt ut Superior Lumber Co
Storo. 8
Table and pqrkct cutlery, always alurge
stock on hands mid fur oule hcup at the
Superior Lumber Co. Store. 8
Tty our liberal offer to tho Jiubiic
through tho columns of tho Foukkt Hk
publican, we have haJ a very lively trade
in books for a week. AVe will uontinuo
ourolforthroo wooksoulyiuirsoiisOiHirliif(
to avuil theuisrlvos of this opportunity to
furnish their Libraries with sclent reading
at lower prices than they will have soon
again, should cull Immediately.
A first class suit of clothos made to or
der, fit Kurauteeri, a good assort incnt of
Cassimeres, Cloths and Trimbles, always
on hand, at tho Suporior Lumber Co.
Store. g
A largo assortment of tho latest novel
ties iu Men's, Ladios' and Children's boots
hikI shoes, at tho Superior Lumber Co.
Store. 8
Iteady mado clothing and fients fur
nishing goods for ovorybody at bottom
prices, at the Suporior Lumber Co. Storo. 8
Tho Singor, the universal family and
tailoring machine, witli all its parts aud
fixtures for sale at tho Superior LuinW
Co. Storo. 8
Purchasers always keep in mind wo
liavo less expense an 1 therefore can sell
goods for less profit than any other sioro
in town. Surmtiou Lummku Co. Stohk. 8
A large assortment of Miscellaneous
Literature for salo at cost to reduce the
stock. Also a largo assortment of School
liooks kept constantly on hand ut tho Su
porior Lumber Co, Storo. 8
--Cottonadc. Jeans, Flannels, Linen
fioods, Tickings, Tahlo Linens, Ladies
Dross Goods, blown and bloodied Shoot-
ingsund bhirtings, Hoop Kkirta, and all
kinds of goods usually kept in a country
dry josls stoi, ut tho lowest prices, ut
the Sujierior Lumber Co. Sk.ra. U
Now good I New goiwls jusl arrived,
a full assortment of spring and summer
goods, at tho Superior Lunil cr Co, Story.
Thou Nlinlt Iiavr tin other place to buy
Iry Ooods than nt tho N'oro of Ililbrou
ner fc Co., Wuter Street, Tionesta, 1'a.
Thou sbnlt not choose to thyself any oth
er llrv Goods merchants ; thou shalt not
bow down to them nor listen to their tales,
for Ililbronuer ,fc Co. are reliable dealers,
nnd espablo of serving their customers to
tho third and fourth generations.
Ill .
Thou shalt seek In vain for a good qual
ity of Dry Goods, Clothing, nnd Gents'
1'urnlshing fioods elsewhere: for vorilv
they can bo found in largo quantities lit
iiiiuronner c in, s.
Tliou sbalt benr in mind tint upon six
days in tho week, thou canst mukn thv
purchases at tho Dry Goods Storo of 1 1 1
lironner it Co. j but'iipon tho seventh day
the proprietors and Lew, tho man of the
tape, desire rest from their labors.
Thou shalt honor tho Dry Goods Store of
Ililbronuer it Co., nnd thy days shall lie
long in me laii'i to enjoy mo u nits inerooi.
Thoi shalt not noinm it nny outrageous
imnronriet v bv foolishly lmrohaslinr thv
Dry Goods nnd Clothing elsewhere; but
po directly to liilbronner it Co., who will
givo you a superior article.
Thou shalt seek no oilier Dry Goods
Store, trying to suit thyself in Drv Goods,
Clothing, Fancy Goods, Ca nets, ilatsnnri
Caps, becauso you can sn!t yourself better
and cheaper ut Ililbronuer iV Co. s than nny
place else.
Thou shalt not steal fr in the Dry Goods
Store of liilbronner it Co.. lor Ihev sell
goods so cheap that a felony would b'o tho
greater sin.
Thou shalt not bear falso witness, but
horestlv acknowledtro that thou eant-t iret
n better nslicleof Drv Goods at Ililbronuer
it Co. s than any place elso in tho city.
Thou shalt, not covet thy neighbor's
gooos nor ms nargains nut take counsel
i f tho wise uiul lirocced straightway to tha
nrv noons more ot ji niiioniier v Co.
Water Street, Tionesta, l'n.
20 If. Aug. 21, 1ST2.
NIA. Joint resolution proposing nil amendment
to tho Cunstilutiou of l'ennsy Ivania.
De it ennetcd by the Neuute mill Uouxe of
RejtreHCHtutivca of the Ctimmiinueiiltli uf
J'euitHtletiuiti in Mineral Anninlili met,
That the following amendment of the Con
stitution of this Commonwealth bo pro
posed to tho people for Ihheir adoption or
rejection, pursuant to the provisions ol tlio
tenth article thereof, to-wil ;
Strike out tho sixth section of tho sixth
article of tho Constitution, and insert in
lieu thereof the following; "A State Treas
urer shall bo chosen by tho qualified elec
tors of tho State, at such tiinesand for such
term of servico as sliull bo ineseribod by
law," J
Speaker of tho House of licpiocnlativcs.
Speaker of ihe Senate.
Ai'i"novi:n Tho twenty-second day ot
March, Anno Domini one thousand eight
hundred uud sevoiily-lwo.
JOHN W. tiK.MlY.
Prepared and certificated for publication
pursuant to tho Tenth Article of the Con
stitution. FKANCIM JOKDAN,
Secretary of the Cominoiiwoallh.
Olllee Secretary of Ihe Commonwealth,
Harrisburg, Juno limb, 11 1.
IF YOU WANT a perfect lit and a good
articloof Hoots and Shoes, of tho finest
workmanship, go to
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A HI". CLOSING out (In ir Till 1 winter
iV stock of goods nt gieat'y reduced
prices to imiko room lor a
Now is the time to get goods of all kind",
cheaper than ever. S c have now on hand
.lew) Irv lio.xes,
V"i'Uinir Uoxes,
Handkerchief ltoxcs,
.M usieal Albums,
timbre .tileries,
L:ee I iooils,
1 Innmcd and
Stitched I iankereliiel's,
Lai c llainlki rehiels,
While Nubias, all sizes,
ninck and While l'riii'jcs,
Gold and Mixed Heads,
Jewe lry of nil kinds,
'1 bread and I'oint l.ai e Collars,
Zcphrvs of id I colors,
lionnanlown. Yarns,
New Corsets, Nimv S ylo,
Hustles, I loopskil Is,
I'lulerwear for Ladies,
liii bons, silk and
'ashniero Scarfs,
(ileal Inducements by purchasing
DKKWIOAI!. Largest and best assorted stock of goods
for Men's Wear in this section, which
in tho most approved style. No Ut no salo.
always on hnnd. A lino and well selected
stock of
American & Imported Watches.
Hats and Cups selling ni cost.
ns cheap as can bo bought in Pa.
Xvw Infantry SoUUcr Coats at $'2.
Valises, Carpet Sucls, Satchel.!, Tlunls,
Ac., always on huwl.
Carpets, Brussels, Ingrain, Hemp, nnd
all kinds.
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In tha wonderful medicine to which tho Afflict
ed aro abovo pointed fur relief, (ho discoverer
hclievos ho has combined in harmony more ol
Nature' inoit ovfroiua curative jinuiurtu-i,
Which God hns Instilled Into tUe vegetable king
dom for heal ini; the ficlc, than were ever before
combined lu one medic i no. The evidence of thia
fact In found In tha treat variety of moct obti
nate dleimea which it lmt been found to conquer.
In the cure of Hro m-btlU, Severo
C'oiiffht and tho early buuck ol Consump
tion, U had at mile bed the medical faculty, and
eminent physicians prouotiuce It the e,nateit
medical dlacovery of the ae. While il cure the
evorei't tlouijhi, it strengthen the pytem and
purine the blood. Hy It grtat and thor
ough blood purifying properties, it curt all
Humor, from tho wort Scrofula to
common UlotcU, 11 ui pie, or Eruption.
Mercurial dicuatu, Mineral puion. and their
eilocU, are eradicated, and vloron health aud a
sound conrttituliou established. l-:r fl rela
ftult Kkmiiu, lever More, Nraly or
itougU (skill. In fhort, all the uiunerou di
eae l unset! by bad blood, are conquered by thl
powerful purifying and Invigorating medicine.
If you foul dull, drowny, debilitated, have sal
low color of fkin, or yellowish brown pott on
face or body, frequent headache or dizzlnc, bad
tante in mouth. Internal heat or chlll, alternated
with hot flu she, low spirit, and gloomy fure
bodiiUfl, Irregular appetite, aud tongue coated,
you are autlerinir from Torpid l iver ir
Mlllouue." Iu many case of l.lvor
Complaint' only pail of there ympiom
are exiwrienced. A a remedy for all such case.
Dr. 1'ierce' Golden Medical Discovery haa no
equal, as it e fleets perfect cure, h aving the liv
er strengthened aud healthy. For tho cure of
Habitual C'oi&Mtl patlonof the bonel it
1 a never lulling remedy, aud thor-e who hav
ued it for this purpose are h-ud iu Its nntise.
il'he proprietor oiler (l.Oot) reward fr a medi
cine that will equal it for the cure of all the dis
eases fur which it i recommended.
Hold by druL'L'I'Uat $ per hot He. Prepared h
Ji. V. Pierre, M. !.. Solo Proprietor, at his heiuf.
cal Laltoratory, VtH tfekeca street liullaio, N. .
tieud your address fur a pamphlet.
Water Street,
aiuoini.v; tii K iioi.mi.s iior.si;,
Tionosta, Pa.,
M. CARPENTER, . . . Proprietor.
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PMurcMaltou in all tl.e !.;..t Mvl,,
mi hill I mini ! - m i i
Vlneirnr fllMer are not a vi!e F.iitcy DrinVV'4
made of Poor Ktrm, WlrsUey, I'roof Spirits and Refu'f', -I
Liquors, Hoctor'l, spiral, ar l sn i?tettd plea th'V I
tanle, called " Ttmic,' Appetiiscr," " Hetnrer,''4
Ac, that lead the tippler on l tlrnnketincM and ruinl
but are a true Medicine, made from the native rooic
and herbs offal ifornia, free from all Alcoholic Stimiiljmin.1
They are th Great Itlnod Purifier anil a I.ife-pivitt v J
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Inviporator of thew ,
System, carrying o(T all poisrmoiH mailer and restoiinx,
the blood lo a healthy cond tion, enriching it, refreshinc
and invioratinn both mind rftul bnily. 'l'hey are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain in theirW ,
results, mfe aud reliable in all forms of disease. i
No Prrion cnn Ink tli(a ISKtera teenrd-
tnf to directions, and remain long tmwell, providnisfj
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other f
means, and tha vital organs wasted beyond ihe (mint
of repair. -t W
lFpepsla or IiifII(reJoi. lTpadjche, Pain t
In the Shoulders. Cou-'hs, '1'ihtiie of the t'he--t, Tii- - -tiness,
Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Il.id Taste
in the MouLh, Ildwm ArticUs, Palpiiaiion of the '
Heart, I nlhimmatinn of the I. tines. Pain in ihe regions ol ' i
the Kidneys. And a hmuliej oilier painful symptoms, i,
are the ollspiings cf Dyspepsia. In these complaints J I
it has no equal, and one bnine will prove a better guar-
antre of its merits linn a lenlbv advertisement. '
f or ireiiitiio otitplMltif i in yotine or old, i
fimpiHitif , in young or nm, ?. i
the il.mn of womanhood, or tho t
"ic Hitler displ.iv no decided an y 2
ked improvement is suun peiecp- '
marrien or amie, ai ine
turn ot me, lnee lo'iic I
influence that a marked i
lible. I Ji
lor litflnmmntory nnd Chronic Rltett- y Jv
tnaitiatn and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indipesnon, Ililinus, s V
Kemiltent and Interimitcnt Kevers, f'isetses of the tl
Hlood, Liver, Kidneys and Itladdcr, these Hitlers have p t
been most succeasfiit- Such Diseases are caused by I. J
Vitiaied H'oot, nh-ch is generally produced by derange S 3
tnent of the DiKestive Organs. t
TUy sir a Gentlo PnrRnll ve ns well a
A TonlCf possessing also the peculi ir merit of aciint; a
as a powerful aent in re'ievmir CnnfeKtion or Intlam. X
mat ion of the Liver aud Visceral Qig.ius, and in liilion f, i
For Sklia Dlacnae. Eruptions, Tetter. Salt-
Rheum, Hlotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Hulls, Car J;
bunclcs, kinff-wonns. Scald Head, Sore Kyes, Krv ?
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolnrations of the Shin, Humors J
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, f -1
are literally dun. up and earned out of the system in a i
sintrt time ty tlie use ol these i; liters, tine uotiie in
such cases will convince the must incredulous of their
curative effects.
demise tlie Vl(lnfet Dlood Mirnever roti
find its impiirilies bnreiiii? llinnij:H ihe skin iu Pimples,
Kruplions, or Sores; cleanse it when you Ii ml it ob
structed and t'nKKish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
fmi I ; your feelings will iel yn wiien. Keep the blood
pure, aud the health of the system wilt follow.
i rate fill llioiiartnila proclaim Yinkgan Hit
trrs the most wonderful lnvifioraut that ever sustained
the sinking system.
PI is, Tape, mil otlier Woriua, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Sm-s a distinguished physioU
otist : There is scarcely an indivijo t! upon the face of tha
earth whose body is exempt from (he pi usance of worms.
It is not upon the healthy elements of the body that
worm exist, hut uion the diseased humors and slimy
deposits lh.it hteed these living monsters of dnease.
No system of Medicine, no vei mifiies, im anthetmiii
.tics, will fiee the syitcut fiotuwoims lil.o these Uit
tcrs. Blecltnulcftl Dlifitiei. Persons enRiged in
Paints and Minerals, such as PlumUers, Tvpe-seiters,
Gold beaters, and Miners, ns they advance in life, will
be subject to paralysis of the 11 owe Is. To cuard against
this take a dose of Wamcer's Vinbcax Ui ticks onca
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Ullloit llcmttteiit, nnd Iitf orniltf cut
Poren, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
thoi of the Mississippi, Ohi-i, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, A i Kansas, Red, (Vilorarto, Itraio,
Kio (irando, Peail, Alabama, Mobile, Sivannah, Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country during the Summer
and Autumn, ami rcmaikahly so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, ate invariably accompanied
by extensive deianeemcnts of ihe stomach and liver, and
otlier abdominal viscera. There jtre ahvavs more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable suta
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged tip with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, purgative, cxeilini a powetf d inlluenre upon
these various organs, is essentially ncressary. There is
tin cathartic fur the purpose equal to Dr. J. Wai.kkV
Vinkuah IllTTUMs, s ihey will speedily remove tha
dark colored viscid matter with which the bowels ara
loaded, at ihe Mine time stimulating ihe secretions of
the liver, and generally testuiint-; the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Klnq'a Kvll, Wl.iie Swelling.
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Nock, Goiter, Sciofulou
luflaminai ions, Indoldut InlLiiuniaiitni, luicunal Af
fecliuns. Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves,
etc., etc In the', as in all oihrrconsiittitiun.it Dis
eases, Wai KKn's V I n uq tt lStTTitKS have shown their
great curative powen in ths most obstinate and intract
able casis.
Dr. Wnlkei-s California Vlucffrir lllttcr
act on all these cases in a similar manner. J!y purifying;
the lllood ihey remove the cause, and hy resnlvifig awasr
the eilccts of the intlammation (the tubercular deposit l
the alfected parts receive health, and a permanent cur
is effected.
Tho propertle of Pr. Wai.ichh's Vikboar
Hitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic nnd Carminative,
Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anli-Cilious.
Tlie Aperient and mild Laxative properties ot
Dr. Wai.krk's Vinkgar Hittkks are tlie best safe
guard iu all cases of eniptmns and malignant fevers,
their balsamic, healing, nnd soothing properties protect
ths humors of Ihe fauces. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stom ich, and bowels,
either from inllammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant influence extend throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on ihe Kid
neys, correcting and regulating Ihe flow of urine. Their
Atiii-Ltdious properties stimulate ihe liver, in the secre
tion of bile, aud us discharges through the biliary ducts,
and aie superior to all remedial agents, for the curt ol
Ilihnus Fever, Fever nnd Ague, eic.
Fortify Ike body against dlsrase hv puri
fying all its fluids with Vinkgar Hittkks, No epi
acinic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, ihe bowels, the k dneys, and the
nerve are rcudetcd disease proof by this great uivifc
rant. Direction. Take of the Hitters nn going to bed
at night from a half to one and one-half wine-gljusiull.
Eat good nourishing food, inch as beefsteak mutton
chop, venison, toast bet-f, and vegetables, and taka
out-door exercise. They are conixised of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit.
Druggists and Gen. Agli., San Francisco, Cat..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New York
Grandin's Block, Tidioute.
BOT.AUI) HUMS., t llu Kui.-U;i Driver
Mini-, h.ivo jiit ri"i'cn,.tl a I'l-w I'.ml
wry t'.xU'ii.sivo stui k of
ofu'.I styles ami prii-i-s, w 1 1 -1 1 tl y ill di
Jl.lSO iit' Ut lll loWI'Sl lOs.sil,t! IJlUH I'Oll-
histiMit witli lliu cx'im s rimiuti'L'il willi
tin- tnuli.
They nlvj linvc nn luiml a l:ii;:o sIih-U of
WATKK l.IMi: C'KMKM &f Ao.
Ki littnilu r t!t l!;tfi
-' it tidioi tk r..
Il.l.l AM-IMI! 1', 1'1'Nn'a.
Vril'.ST CLASS UiKinlin Seluml lor
liotii nee.
L I) (' A T I O N
Due of tlie v.t lieaiitil'nl in the State.
Students Rocoiveri at nny Time.
T Kit. MS MuHKKAl K.
Hel'erenees -linn, Jmi. A. lliile, Miles
W. l':i'e, Ksi,.,s. J. ,,K,.ti. r.-iit.

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